The extrude command is used to create a 3D object from a 2D object. The extrude command will convert the 2D object into a 3D object by adding height and depth.
The extrude command is used to create a 3D object by extruding the 2D shape:
Select the object you want to extrude.
Select the “Extrude” Tool from the top menu bar.
Click and drag your mouse on a surface on your screen to create an extrusion of your object in that direction.
The extrude command can be used in many different ways. For example, it can be used to add dimension and depth to a drawing, create 3D images from 2D drawings, or build up the size of an object.
There are two different types of extrusion commands. The first type is the linear extrusion, which creates objects in straight lines. The second type is the circular extrusion, which creates objects in circular shapes.
The extrude command is used when you want to add thickness to an object. You can use it for many purposes such as adding thickness to a pipe, adding height to a building, or making the edge of an object thicker so that it stands out more.